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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 July 1931

1 I I i Around the Arena J«C Ski In 'XZ^HenJr'Z Fa" F°0tbal1 CafflP Quintet 32 to u To Open at Eagle Having announced the 1931 football ^•chfdulf. Coach Jack Siaco is making plana now for the opening day of his fall training camp, which is due to start September 7. With 12 letter- men back and a number of promising squad men Sisco, while not optimistic, in satisfied with his 1831 prospects. However, it is well that the pro- spects are good, for the 1931 schedule includes some tough engagements, and tougher still the majority of the games are away from home. While the Greenies have never been at Flashing a speedy scoring attack! and a close defence, Denton county's j basketball tournament entry kept the lead in the intramural cage tourna- ment by defeating a hustling Hen- derson (Jaunty five night, 32 to 16. Taking an early lead, the larger and more experienced Denton club amass- ed more points in the first half than Park September 7 More than 30 lettermen and squad- men are expected...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 July 1931

IfllfSS H CLUBS AND SOCIETY lit mtr-. life; j Chemical Society Initiates Eight New Members . The W. N. Masters Chemical So- ciety. «t • msetmg in the (.'lab Hutse Monday night. formally initiated eight new member* into the dub Tba membership of the organisation include* two kind* at number*, per manent and aseocisie, the number of term hour* covpteted with a "B" average determining the divition. By ftompletln* tw*l*« hour* and main- taining the "B" average, on* i* •!!- gihU for permanent membership, while the completion of three hours make* on* eligible for associate mem- bership. After the ceremonies of initiation, • social hour waa *pent. The permanent new member# are Alice Brook* and Mary Shawn; the associate member* are Vaden Miles, B. F. Higga. Merrell John*, Shelby Miteham, Marguerite Griffin, Doris Register. Miss Benners Talks At Art Club Meeting Tuesday Evening Mia* Eleanor Bennera, visiting teacher in the college from Wood row Wilson High School of Dalian, .poke pKrt of ^ts...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 July 1931

mm* I |. CHATTER BOX The College Orchestra will play at the Baptist Church next Sunday even in« at 8 o'clock, according tf Floyd Graham, director. 1 Charles Cornwell, a graduate of this college, is receiving his Master's Degree it'doi the Untverai# of Texas thia summer. He has been recently elected as professor of college English in Schreiner Institute, Kerrville Texas. Miss Katie Heniey, secretary to president R. L. Marquis, left last Fri- day for Marshall, where she is spend- ing part of her vacation. She will go to Galveston for a visit before return- ing here sometime next week. Friends of Miss Mary Jo Cowling, a" member of the geography depart- ment here, have received word that she is spending her vacation touring the continent of Europe. She plans to return in September to resume her work in the college. A full program of recreation and instruction each day has ben provided for the group of almost 40 boys en- joying a camp at the Dr. M. L. Mar- tin farm on Lake Dallas, with H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 July 1931

Half, Bill Cbchran, Clark* Tompkins, Lynn Km*ht, Mar jori* Blackburn, Nash Keel. Dick Mus«r«v«, 8w*de w«i- m Cox. Noble Wright l'obl; K<<i by Mude-n'* « f tl * North TftM HUU TeacJicr* t oliefr. b nU n, Ttn * Caaspiu CkMi Kntrrml an Swond ' lata M ;l Matter at th* Foatoffirc at Denton, TVxa*. l>«a bw I. Hit I mkmbkk texas i n t mtc oli.km atk association Printed hr BtMMta of th* N.,rtf, lri>« State 1>ath*r Culler Bdltor in ' A * tot ia u Aai is tant £d itor Sport* Editor Soeiaty Kdltcr ■ Lwlw Arm Martin, J MeNail, Joe Skilm {(•porting Staff ■w'Tf' Let's Go Literary By I Amine Ara Martin WW ### Exchanges f-'Uik, reaiiinf diaries, and iohm of ua do, b* intcraatad in knowing that Tcmi of tin Lamdo* S w-Vkr<mtcU, haa at to tli* publication of a diary he kept during hi* twelve year* of work with Lord N'orthcliffe. The diary, which was never intended for publication, haa for a long time been known to f leet Street. It will be publish «d thie fait by the '<* mo poll te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 July 1931

• • * * • • I * b 4 Tl* CLUBS AND SOCIETY Kappa Delta Pi Han '"Banquet Monday for New Summer Pledges =i Historical Society Hears Dr. McAlister .11 Tuesday Meeting The annual Kappa Delta Pi banquet The E. D. Criddie Historical So- for initiates was held Monday evening, ciety met Tuesday evening, July 14. July 13, at the Southern Hotel, with with Mrs. Mable Criddie, 306 Normal 31 new members present. Avenue. Dr. Sam McAlister of the Carl Matthews served as toast- government department gave a talk, master, and the theme of the program j and two humorous skits were given carried out in the speeches was by two other members of the society. Delta. Miss Katie Henley led the j The next meeting will be held Aug- songs, which consisted of the Kappa !ust 11. Delta Pi chorus, takeoffs on faculty; members, and other selections. The remainder of the program con- sisted of "Chaminade," a vocal selec- tion by Miss Emma Brotae; "Distrib- taries," Dr. L A Sharp; "Delta," William Woods; 'Silt," Miss R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 July 1931

ar- P w- i - p.^( | •" n s-ra* 757 ;■ 1-:" Around the Arena Jm Skilee Action in tb* Aror-f> on the dreg for r.he pa«t week, pick ad up to some extent toward the middle of this week and the customers were >reet«i to woe real notion in the form of iMa ketbail, tennis, skating. golf, and vol lejrThe tatter yarn*, by the way, has gained quite a crowd of follower* and H hi fMHM* UMtt aa intramural tournament will be start- ad before the sunMf tough for opposing performer* fall Hhawver, by the way, proved last fall that he ia fully capable of filling the end pot it ion by hi* demon- stration <1 urine the last of tile sea- ton when he was shifted from hie favorite position of tackle to (Hay the role of wiagman. George Milliard, former T'.vae U netman, upset the dope last week when he out-stroked Fred Barnes, are of the juvenile performers ia the ten- nis tournament, to win the man's singles title In winning. Milliard, an unheralded and comparatively un- known challenger, swept thr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 August 1931

•:-V; mk THE CHATTER BOX 1 VOLTJMF XV NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. AUGUST I. 1911 NUMBER 36 The number of library book* in cir- culation is steadily increasing, accord- ing to Miss Roberta Moss, an assistant librarian. The average number let out daily last term was between 400 and 500. Since the beginning of this term, the circulation has been increased to about 600 per day, the maximum being 680. The librarians state that they wish to express their gratitude to student * for their cooperation in the use qI library books. The library science class from C. I. A. visited the Demonstration School library yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Misses Mary S. Buff una and Mary D. Taylor accompanied the class. Mrs. E. D. Criddle, dean of fresh- man girls, is leaving today for Colo- rado Springs, Colorado, where she wilt spend part of her vacation. She will be joined there by her father, A. M. Woolley of Terrell, Texas, and they will visit numerous points in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 August 1931

if t-*rth*d tlfH* r by Df El. Harris head of tb* bicuogy de of Um collage, nod Edwin Hay! and WUUa Hewatt. mmmn staff PROFESSIONAL Let's Go Literary Exchanges Hj Gay MeKail #// Louise Ara Martin CablMthrd hjr Studrat* •( tk V rth Texs* State Trarhtrr* (allege. beaten, I. «*« Cimpui ( hat KnterwJ u Hereat* Ttaaa Mai! Matter at Pgeu-iffke at DeeUm, Tut*. f>ereml r t, 111(1 mkmbek texas wioi.i ■olatk phk#8 I—IWTtiWBW Piiatcd fcy #t«4e«ita af the North t State Tear hem « eUege Staff ■* e*-in-Chief Aaaociate Editor Aaaeeiate Editor Aaatatant Editor Sport* Editor Sociatjr Editor „ Hill Bill Hawaa Steve Whitehead Harmon Kendrtek Marjrlee Hill Louiaa Ara Martin, Jewel Higgina, Gay McNeil, Joe Hkilea. Reporting Staff: Ralph A«ik;n , Laiia D'Hpain, liable Self, Bill Cbehran, Clarice Tornpkin*, Lynn Knight. Mar joria Blackburn, Naah Keel, Dick Muacrava, Swede Swan •on. Eli Cos, Noble Wright. haa reported that Ai Weafc • to 1 Weak and a tentative program that in- clude* an alt-day picnic, re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 August 1931

• V 4 I • ♦ • m { * Around the Arena Jo« Skilea Diary of a sporting Pepys (with apologies to 0. O. M.) Monday morn- ing—up early to breakfast with W. A. A. Feeling out of place—took picture* and departed in a hurry, almost for- getting to thank my hostesses. Tues- day—am late to the arena and see Earl Adkms, Fred Slack and two others pitching washers in the moon- light and stop to see how the score is going. Finding Adkms and partner ahead, depart to dance and then home, feeling out of place. Wednesday—in a •... ... , . . golf game a*ain out of place. Thurs- sUt° h'*h Performer, and day—at Lake Dalla* find that no seconded .n sconng power by Mart.n steps have been taken to prohibit Z ^ ? r u.. ♦ * i air-tight defense against the thrusts swimming and hunt for parking space ... , , nn ,h.. isiunti of th* "pperclaasmen and were never Freshmen Trounce Sophomores In Fast Interclass. Game A tall, speedy, and goal shooting team of freshmen on Wednesday eve- ning inaugurated the renewal of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 1 August 1931

- CLUBS AND SOCIETY Miss Inez Beeman Former T. C. Student, Weds R. C. Harrison WAA— (Continued from Fat* 1) T 111 Hugh Egan 7 alks At Presbyterian Social Thursday About thirty Toaeh«r* itudenta attended tfc* mhl ft— tall their honor t the Pint Pretbjterwn < hurf^ U*t Thur*4 y evening, Hugh Ejf n. president of the Endeavor, talked upon fellowship umong KtodenU, and the gam** play- ed during the evening were lad by Mim Edna Solomon. A short aing-nong wa also part of tit* program. Rafrenhment* conaisting of cakaa and dixta cup* were nerved the gua*U. Ivan Johniton, ntudent *«eretary, wa* in charge of the entertainment. Y. W. C. A. Hold* .. Last Meeting For .. Summer On Wed. Bonds fir nut Wedding Monday; Couple To Honeymoon in Mo. Mia* Opal Bnut, daughter of Mr and Ufa. F, C. Krrut. and Jack Bond* of Lewiavilla were married Monday evening at 8 o'clock, the ceremony being said by Rev. G, C. French, pre- nding elder of the Denton Diatrict of the Mathodint Church. The bride'* sister, Mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 August 1931

I THECA CHAT THE CHATTER BOX The honor of placing the ftrat ' order for a copy of the 1932 Yucca, T\|> CT A PI/ AD goes to Beatrice Curria, who placed'|/il. OI ALU iff NEW YORK WILL Stars Here in PRES. MARQUIS | BEING MADE FOR I Aquatic Program 1 HEADS HONOR and will graduate neat summer, She i i ~ i • • 0 will be teaching during the regular, VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STAT E TEACHERS COLLEGE. DEN I ON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 8.1 «m 1 NUMBER *7 E. G. Robinson LETTERS FROM APPLICATIONS I Students Present VANCIL BROOKS seaston. LECTURE HERE "Smart Money" OF INTEREST CERTIFICATES At T. C. Friday FRESHMEN HERE The 1932 Yucca is your yearbook. Place your order now if you plan to be away next year. ST 1' OK NTS INVITED TO HEAR LECTURER; DR. RUGG OF COL- I. Mil A UKHWOV VISIT OF SAFETY SPECIALIST A girl's tag dance wit! be held next! Thursday evening at the Harriss gym, beginning at 8:80 o'clock, according Dr. Herbert J. Stack of Teachers to Dean Edith L. Clark. Twenty-five College, Columbi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 August 1931

i J - ■■ HSKH Let's Go Literary Hy Louise Ara Martin Exchanges By Gay McNeil NW##MM i'ublmbrd by Student* of tbr North TtW HUU TrajfelM CWMnV*' I>«-nI<>n. T«SM Thu iu> be a poetiude in the place of a prologue, wf even m such it may not bear directly on literature. Casspus ("hat Kntered u Kecnad < laas Mail Matter at the Pemaffirt at UeaUm, Tern a*. OmmImi 8, )< MKMBKK TKXA8 INTER' OLLEClATE I'KKMH ASSOCIATION I'rintrd by Student* of the North T«U iitaU Editor-in Chief Associate Associate hditar. • "a STAFF Sport* Editor. Society Editor Calumniate. Louise Ara Martin McNeil, im Skilee. Reporting Hill Ml lUwas tfteva Whitehead Harmon Kendriek Joe Skilei Marylee Hill Nevertheiee*. what I intended to My ia tlie Confttautn* of a te*ed, talkie taken from tka Ceiiepe Hum* prw- win-J ner by Betty White, / /.merf tkw £«ery. ia eeueing quite a| bit of continent Confuting opinteNi* prevail aa to whe-j ther or not the picture air ro red therein la an ace urate one of the averag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 August 1931

> * Around the Arena Joe Ski tea *| JUNIOR QUINTET Dallas Athletic micro tdacii im i Club Downs Hoboes UDS TS r ROSH LN In Saturday Clash CAGE CONTEST "Hamm what am" is the alibi of- fered by the Hobo swimming team, which dropped a close dual meet to the Temple swimmers last Monday, j Jamie Hamm, seventeen-year-old mar- vel, and his brother, Junior Hamm, were the entire Temple club, it seems. Jamie won the 60-free, the 50-baok, Lou# standing swimming records j i records fell here Saturday as the Dal- j GRID PROSPECTS GET INVITATIONS FROM JACK SISCO ri'l'kut 1.assmkn take early lead and hold it through- out entire game; f i N a l SC ore 18-15; douglas stars A too-chesty freshman quintet Wednesday night, was ousted from tied for diving honors, and swam on the lead in the interclass cage tour- the winning relay team. His brother, Junior, swam second to McDonald, Denton, in the 50-yard breast and also swam on the relay team. It is indeed easy to believe that they are Hamms what am. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 8 August 1931

CLUBS AND SOCIETY ... . a 1 ,-s, : mm m Kappa Delta Pi To n FISH POM)— Hear B. ti. Skiles io.ntintwd from p**. u On Graduate Study ■ Kap;>« IJulta Pj wilt hold its last rnrfimg of th« iiiffiintr at th« College Club House next August a, at 7:30 At this time Wmtrng student «nd faculty member who tea.-h«* in Lo'ik Island University New York will xp^ak on "Opportun tie* for Graduate Study in tl* City of New York." Thin should be a topic of sp*«ial mttrwt U> those who expect to do gr*.Juale study According to Vaden Mitai. presi- dent. those who WMk to purchase the Kappa belt* Pi pin or watch charm may do so through the corresponding Miaa Velma Brae* well ItttiUfc i§ iHft the opinion that they migrat- r. C. LIBRARY PRESENTS INTERESTING VMCM START TURNS OUT ADMIRABLY J STORY or DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH •*~l — of August thu year, ac- C C. Dodd, a student here in 1 1« Edwya. Craig vested in Bellevue to Mr* McCracken The and 1*17, tu a visitor on th. campus th* past weak end. of hooka in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1931

* Mm ®sii THE CHATTER BOX I Kurr« t Lwllow. mn of Dr. W. F. I^etlluw of the college faculty, will re- ceive his degree this summer at the Univcr<ity of Texan. He and Mrs, Led low were students here last year. Dr Ledlow will attend the exercise. VOLUME XV NORTH TEXAS STATU TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON Tl-XAb SATURDAY. AUGUST 15, 19*1 NUMBER 18 Members of the W. A. A. tumbling team will be presented in a "Story Hook" program next Thursday even- ing at H o'clock, just before the danc- ing begins. The program will be given in the open air theater. MCDONALD GIVES Travel Study 212 Candidates Apply EXPLANATION OF Course To Be ~ ~ CERTIFICATE LAW Given In 1932 For Degrees At Close Of '31 Summer Session The Placement Office received word KIND# OP CERTIFICATES ISSUED Arrangements are being completed BEFORE ANI) SINCE 1925 ARE by the Department of Biology to con- NAMED BY REGISTRAR; RE- duct a travel study course for the first! NF.WALS MAY BE OBTAINED six weeks of next summer Nine term ——- hour...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1931

?'jkf iW •f I I ft ... nn ', ■Hi Let's Go Literary By Louise Ara Martin Exchanges U, Guy McNeil I'ubllnhed by hludi-nl. of th* N.,rtli TriM Hut' I fh her* ( ollegr. UnilM, T(IU (antpu* Cklt Knt«rr4 u .Second ClMa Mail Matter at the I'usluflite at lienton. Irian. I)e< lwr 8, lilt MBMHEK TEXAS BI|1M,I III01AT1 fMM UMC34TIWI Printed by Student* of the North Tesaa State i eachcr* College Twenty-six former «tudenu of Stephen V. Auitin will teach u the Nacogdoches public school system nut year, according to an announcement made by Sup*. Price last week. The Fine Log. ARTICLE ABOUT T. C. APPEARS IN DALLAS NEWS We've made a few comment* this summer about re- cent book* and author*, but I don't believe we have had any insight into the real character or environment of any particular literary light. Have you ever thought how a lot of people are apt to consider them a* being freak* or fools? 1 hope I don't apeak too rashly in saying this | Not long ago a certain person aaked who my authority...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1931

4 % • • • % 4 * Around the Arena \ Joe mrnm I ] Water Pageant Will :if ;lrt n n In Swimminu ( I He Presented By r. y. b'outtt wui In Swimming Clause* Make Awards for For Summer Term WAA at Gym Soon T. C. Swimmers Thr « hundred have enroled in the 1'heron J. Kwut*, director of the phy- | college •Mwimmiinf clause* .luring thej*UnJ education department, will make mummer, which include* classes for be- the W. A. A. awards Singles Matches In W.A. A. Tennis Forrester's Team Historical Society t ops Intramural Has Melon Feast Swim Meet Tuesday Tuesday at Park Meet Completed. liy the atte margin of six points The K. D. Criddle Historical So- * ! Forrester'* Frailer#, Tuesday night, ciety met Tuesday evening at the City Until Gus Shawver leads his team . , . . , . . , . „ , , . . „ . mfltBii. n>. th,. 1 i «,.• . . summer, which includes classes for be-j the W. A. A. awards at the Harriss mates on the Mgie gridiron in the A water pageant, "The Pirates', renewal of the football season, the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 15 August 1931

CLUBS AND SOCIETY TWO T. C. STUDENTS FOLLOW LL'RE OF GRADUATES— .*•••••• ..♦•••• < Continued from Pate I) DECIDE MUST BE MUCH MOSEY IN U. 8. Wb -w-f I Ollt# Valentine Oliphtnt, Qua nab; Gladys Maud Owen, H« netta; William Teilia Parmer, San Anffuatina; Baat Maa Parriah, Dal- Proapar; Olen D. Hunn, Pilot la*; Ine* Paahchall, Floydada; Dora * Point; Catharine Jackson. Gainesville; £liubeth Peach. Gordon; Lucy An Father Of Freshman Dean Dies Sunday In Dallas Hospital Andraw M. Woolley. of Terrell, Skill* Talks At Mra. Dee Dickson Meeting Of Kappa Entertains Stage Delta Pi Thursday Hand At Her Home WANDERLUST ABROAD BY "BUM" ROUTE e~~'~ J"~ D— Edith niaa Parryman, Denton; *Kay Given* father of Mr . E. D. Criddle, dean ol Jennings, Roxton; Cecil Jardan, Min- Parryman. Denton; Ida Magnolia Pat- fraahman girl*, died ia a Dallas hoe- „ eral Walla; Char lee Weeley Kelly, eraon, Olivia; Bertha Bound* Poaay, pital Sunday evening, following a Inspired hy um float.** univ.raiiy monument eMeta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1931

If < BOX MFU ■ VOLUMN XVI II NCR.TH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON. TEXAS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1911 NUMBER 1 p «Nr)Mr! Tit Tirritt wai- you. It's great to see the old back once more and equally lac to mm ao many new oow. tOW Glory aim to be happier that there are visible signs of in this part of tht world, and ENROLLMENT AT 1360 MARK FOR TERM FRIDAY! i gracefully in accordance with * A™IClL™N OF Fl<KSHMA_N tim of' each passing breeze, content in the knowledge that all is well with the college. Freshman Clubs To Be Organized On Campus Soon There Will .soon be several clubs on "I think that I am going to like BEGINS Till KSl>A\ : I 1'1'EK- tbt, oam|HIA> which have been created ( LAKKMEN ENROLLED MON- for freshmen of the college. DAY; MORE BOYS It itynot yel too late to join om. „f I those clubs, according to Mrs. Mable The total enrollment for the fall , (je8n of fr,„hman ^ 40, Going on 41 college just fine." a freshman said UrTn UP Frida>' was Placed at the other d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 3 October 1931

•:r.-■:•:•■': • , *00 0 0 00 0 0**0 *0**0**0 0 000 0 0-00 Let's Go Literary Louise Ara Martin „ Published by Student, of ih Teacher* I allegr. Ileatoa, r iu (<Bpui ' hit Knlarrd aa I'MtofKr M OMMk*r B, 19ti 1 mi still, w.tfc apologies, calling • * somewhat shaky j column "ial'a (jo Literary", although 1 am beginning to wundor whether the odd* and end* gathered to«einer here iu«ttfy *U( h a tilt* Parhap* nobody on Urn campus (WM at the wJwl n)|m<) ,t bears Uft, weii ■ il you read in this Exchange* Hf timr MeHiol MKMHKH TKVAS IN rKk< Ol.Lfcl.l ATK I'KK.HM ASHOllVNON Priated by Student* of the North 'lata* CaUege TEMPORARY HTAKP • 'fill' Columniata: Uuy McNeil, l«oui* Ara Martin. Mary tea HtU. Joe Bkiiea, Lois Wilkerson column book reviews, straps of piatry, dope about our j present day literary iighte, and material touching un the ■ literary guild, don't biamin in* The editor *ay. I mutt CM it up with something. Ther ofore Warwick I><%ptiig, tha author of ' Sor- rel and...

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